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  1. Exhibition Momentum

    By Ellie Skochdopole ′15 The Center for Outreach in the Development of the Arts (CODA), a fellowship program unique to Rhodes, is dedicated to the promotion of the arts not only within the college community but also citywide. Under the supervision of CODA ...

    clasm-17 - 06/30/2017

  2. Rhodes With Other College Students Help Families Claim More Than $500,000 in Tax Refunds

    America-Tennessee’s latest newsletter. Ferron Thompson of Rhodes’ Department of Business taught the students a course ... on taxation and the working poor. Dr. Pamela Church, interim department chair and coordinator of Rhodes’ ...

    troma-17 - 08/10/2016

  3. LaRosa’s History of Colombia Appears in Translation

    A new edition of Prof. Michael J. LaRosa’s  Colombia: A Concise Contemporary History  (co-authored with German Mejia) has appeared in Spanish. The translated version is titled  Historia Concisa de Colombia, 1810-2013 – Guia Para el Lector Desprevenido. Or ...

    troma-17 - 08/28/2015

  4. Rhodes Fellows Document Stories of Elvis’ Rise to Fame Told By Former Neighbors

    Although Elvis Presley is no longer living, stories of his days in one Memphis neighborhood are being preserved thanks to the efforts of Rhodes students.  Recently, Rhodes’ Mike Curb Institute for Music and Crossroads to Freedom reunited some of Elvis’ fo ...

    morjc-17 - 06/02/2015

  5. Chemistry Majors Win Undergraduate Poster Awards

    Rhodes senior Alli Dewar and sophomore Katie Hatstat, both chemistry majors, took home undergraduate poster awards from the Computers in Chemistry division at the 247th American Chemical Society National Conference held March 16-20 in Dallas and attended ...

    troma-17 - 07/06/2017

  6. Two Political Science Books by Prof. Michael Nelson Released This Month

    Dr. Michael Nelson, the Fulmer Professor of Political Science at Rhodes, has two books released this month. His  Resilient America: Electing Nixon in 1968, Channeling Dissent, and Dividing Government  will be released by University Press of Kansas March 2 ...

    troma-17 - 01/19/2016

  7. Speros Vryonis ′50

    he obtained his Ph.D. at Harvard University. He was appointed an instructor in Harvard’s Department ...

    wallacen - 06/02/2017

  8. Acetaminophen Study by Rhodes Group Published in Computational and Theoretical Chemistry

    Katherine DiGiovanni ’12 recently had a manuscript based on her undergraduate research accepted for publication in peer-reviewed journal  Computational and Theoretical Chemistry. A biology major and psychology minor, DiGiovanni worked in the lab of Mauric ...

    morjc-17 - 06/02/2015

  9. Prof. Charles McKinney Publishes USA TODAY Column on African Americans in the Republican Party

    Dr. Charles McKinney, associate professor of history and director of African American Studies at Rhodes, has published a column in USA TODAY about African Americans in the Republican Party during the 1950s and 1960s with focus on George Washington Lee, a ...

    troma-17 - 06/11/2015

  10. Rhodes Receives The Carnegie Foundation’s 2015 Community Engagement Classification

    their civic and academic missions.” A large part of the Rhodes Vision is graduating students with the ability ... to translate academic study and personal concern into effective leadership and action in their communities ...

    clasm-17 - 06/17/2015